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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

EMPEROR'S PALACES Has Bought Another Beautiful Palace. WILL HE FORTIFY IT? Statement thnt Ho Contemplated this. Stop Brought Forth No Dsnial, but Editor Who Printed it Was , Put Under Arrest. BY MALCOLM CLARKE. Special Cable to The Times-Dispatch ' Copyright, 1003.) BERLIN, September 6.— The socialistic Itulomcnt that tho Kaiser Is building a fortified palace near lierlln as a 'place of refuge for the imperial fnriilly in case trowing republicanism should threalun tho llirone, has brought forth no denial except nni order for tho nrrest of tho editor who printed it. Tho truth Ih. the German Emperor Ims bought for $500,000, one' of the prettiest plncoK In Brandenburg, near Berlin. Whether flr not ho plans to fortify the place, It is well situated for tho carrying out of such a scheme 1 . This purchase makes tho Knlsor the biggest owner of Imperial homes in the world. He now owns flfly-four palaces, ensiles and Minting lodges in various parts of tho empire. The Kalserln's Journey of ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

The Times-Dispatch Published <Dally and Weekly At No." 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Entered J n n» vary 67, 1903, at Richmond, Va., as second-class matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The DAILY TUfJiJS-DISPATCH Is sold Bt 2 cenfs n copy. Tho SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH la ■old tit fi cents a copy. Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnll — 60 cents a month! *8.00 a year: M.BO for she months;, fI.BQ for three months. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by Innll $2.00 a year. The ' DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH. Including Sunday, in Richmond nnd Man- , chaster, by carrier, 12 cents per week, i or 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Cnrrler, B centß per weetc. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, S 11.00 a year. I All Unsigned Communications will bo j rejected. i ' ' Rejected Communications wll} not bo , returned unless accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. •19 East Broad Street. JBUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 19p3. Persons leaving the city for the summer should order The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

fho attention of Richmond's "smart net'" Is already turned toward tho Horso Bhow, which will bo the groat socloly event of October. Tho advent of the Homo Bhow menns tho gathering hern of a number of beautiful women from all ovor the State of Virginia and outside of it. Jt mn;inM hoiiftos thrown open, luncheons, tully-ho nnd box partl'eSj iiupptirs after the ishow In over, Iho pace net for tho. season's 1 stylos In I'arls gowns and huts, and nil tho exhilaration and brilliancy uttondant upon the ploiiftiiroß of tho ring In a ai'ty and State where unexcelled sltlll In tiomcmnnahlp nnd unrivalled cucellenco In horsefloHh lias obtained from colonial 1 days down. September will bo utilized by Richmond liousewlvca an a period of preparation.. It being tho iiouson pur excellence for paper hnnffors, decorators, upholsterers and painters to Ret In thulr cffuctlvo toucbos beforo homes nro felt to bo In rcadi'nusa for families nnd guefltii for homo gatherings, receptions and teas. Already man...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

• _. •"^^ W ' ; ' ■ ■ ' GAYATSWEET CHALYBEATE The Number of Guests Has Not Begun to Wane. VARIETY OF RECREATIONS Card Games Havo the Call, But Bowling Parlies, Chafing Dish and Welsh Rarebit Dinners and Other Diversions Arc Popular. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) SWEET CHAbTBBATB SPIUNGS, W. .VA., September s.— Notwithstanding autumn has' been ushered In on tha calendar, yet but little chnngo Is noticed here In tho number of guosts. Daily arrivals outnumber the, departures, nnd. thtf plnco Is still crowded with guests, who are thoroughly enjoying the pleasures of the place. Diversions of iill kinds are indulged, but card games seem to bo the ever popular pastime. Large and small earncs are played, but riding is more indulged in now than during the wnrm days. Tho moonlight evenings are enticing, and drives and picnics ure being enjoyed this ,week. L.ARG& EUCHRE PARTY. ' I'Hio progressive euchre party on SattirUny evening In the ball-room was greatly enjoyed, ajid for tw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

A FOUR EVENTFUL YEARS AS PASTOR This Dr. Hawthorne's Anniversary Day—His Church Burned and Rebuilt. •fills In the fourth anniversary of tor. #. B. Hawthorno, at the Orovo-Aveiiuu Baptist Church, This eloquent, dlvlno returns from bis vacation In physical and mental vigor, having spent A. delightful eeoson of rest nnd. recreation In and around Boston, on Sundays, preaching at the Tremnnt Temple Baptist Church. Ills thotno this mornlnsr will be tho "Special Function of tho Church and tho Christian Ministry." At Ihd ovenlng hour J>p will glyo roaaons for "Rejoicing Evou More. Attractive musical programmou will be rondorert at both services. The Orove-AVonuo Church Im a daughter of tho Oraco-Streot Church. Jt was organized In 1860 and among tho ministers Who havo served It nrt pastorm mny ho mentioned Rev*. S. P. Mns«cy. 15, M. "Provence Dr. J, M. Pitcher.' Vernon I. Aneon, John M. Butler, Harvey Hatcher, JCdtnund Hurr/son. W. ,7. Bhlpman, Dr. B. A. Goodwin, Dr. J. C. Illdon ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

7 THE STOCKTON FAMILY. OMNIA DEO PENDENT. The Stockton Family. Whloh of the two branches of the Stockton family to first set foot on American toll— whether that of New Jersey, hende4 by the father of Richard Stockton, the signer of the Declaration of Independence, prior to 17S0, or the Virginia branch, headed by Davis Stockton, who landed at Wllllamsburg, Va., and patented lands on iToy Creek, In Albemnrle, prior to, 1739^ —can with difficulty bo now determined;* yet It seems possible both pioneers were of the same family, landing at tho same tlmo on the Jersey coast, and Davis Stockton seeking a moro southerly location. Certain It Is, both had ample means with thorn, tho first purchasing 6,600 ncres Jn one tract, n part of which embraces the city of Princeton, with it 3 nnclent collego, whllo tho Virginian bought nearly 4,000 ncres along tho rich Ivy Creek nnd Medium's River Eectlon of Albemarlo, though \t had not then been formed Into a county. The Stocktons In this county nre snl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

THE COUGH IN LOWER SEVEN: A RAILROAD SKETCHy It was In Ihf) gmoldnff room or a Pulltnfin.oar nn l-tyite to Lon Angeles; V'o •wore tjilUlng nhcujt kltkers. "U Ib nil rltrht onciugh to kick," nbcurved h liayejtiig tnim. "1 can kick W|iun there's need oC It. HUH, thoro'H ono klnrt of kickers I don't take tothc fellows that kick too t|V,|ck. Tills coast trip I've made onco n your now for twelve yqars. I'd rather Rive tho lipuse a thojißandi dollars any time thnti tokt It; bill.' j can't' get out of It, bo I. hnve Co I»qt)'iiq along ovqr this nlkull ab.oilt once ! a year, annually." "You mean— eVpry twelve months,, ' suggestod n lavyyqr, flipping his msh. "Last tlmo' 'iyhefi 'I canio through,' cqntiiiued tho traveling inun, Ignoring tho titnendnidnt, "we had a kicker In tho car; a. well-fed, bull-neck chnp, with sltlb Whiskers itiid b;infl nhVI null cti«efl nnd cancH nnd umbrellas ami golf clubs, and everything on <'ar|h n- PA n '^' !l * n 'i need, piled' 'up nil nrotirid him....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

10 PROTECTION FOR BIRDS Illegal to Possess Native American Songsters. HOT FIGHT AGAINST THEM Oevlcca for Illegal Shipping of Game BirdaT-"Corpsc" of 1,500 Dead ' Quails— The Work of Trappers. By EDWARD B. CLARK. (Associate Member American Ornithologists' Union.) In a majority of the Stales of thfi Union it Is now a misdemeanor to hnvc In possession n living native American Bong bird. It doubtless will be a revelation to irntny people who havo enged cardinals or mocking birds as pets to know that they are Inw-breaUors, But such Is tho case, nnd instances are not rare where owners of feathered prisoners have been summoned 1o court nnd fined. Probably It may seem to the pet bird owner that tho law Is drastic nnd one which fhould be repealed, but when ho learns tho real facts In the ense he may bo -willing 1o ndmlt that tho law-mnHers knew what they •were about. Until within r few years scores of species of native birds were trapped, caged and sold with impunity. To-day tho , traffic Is...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

SUBURBAN NEWS AND GOSSIP. § ffiairmount j^QWSx g The Joflites of FaltWunl Mothofljst. Cliurcli cleared SUO on the lawn party ■which wa« hold InMt welck on tho church lawn, Roy, J, 0, ttnbcook will fill hid ptilnlt at 11 o'clock, nt which time the Holy Communion will ho sfcrvod. This Roy, A, O. Borrymnn, of Mancheot»r,- a former pastor, ■will preach «t 8 P.. M. Mr, W. T. Johnson and family hay« returned horns from tho country, where thpy vißlirri relatives for several days, Mr. F. A. Allen JiaH been elected president of Falrmouut 15pworth l-icnsuoi Prank A. Jonns olficted to the literary tiepHrtmont, nnd W. T. Johnson elected vice-pr«»ldont of lha leairue, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Ntu-kols, of No. 2]<m Knlrmount Avenue, have returned homo from a short but pleasant visit to Baltimore. Mlhs Tlnsley In vlhlMur Mrß. George Carter, on nrooklnnd road, Mrit. MorrU vlelted Mr«, J, B. Taylor, on' Meadow Hrldifo road, last week. Mrs. George Cook nnd children, Misses Minnie. MngKlo, Husle-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

12 COHEN'S FALL CARPET OPENING! THE LARGEST CARPET STORE IN THE SOUTH. Kin* up the curtain— tho stage is set and the play is ready to commence. THE COHEN CO. invites every housekeeper in Richmond and vicinity to°view the gorgeous display of beautiful Carpets, handsome Rugs, artistic Draperies and, in fact, everything needed to finish ott and make attractive the lioiiie beautiful. Forehandedne.ss in buying enabled us to save nearly a half and it IZBTXILiXJ SJ9tVSTX3 YOU JSL JETTTJDXi jaTJBLUJii? 1 , because— unlike the retailers who can't afford a large stock and sell by sample— -we bought outright before the recent rise in prices. We have had experienced buyers in every carpet market of the world for the last six months preparing for this great sale, and now the result of their labors awaits your inspection and selection. The head of our Carpet Department has made such a study of the business that if you are in doubt as to the exact thing needed to give the proper decorative effect—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

SHtpQTtmr^ UGAZINE SECTION . _^___~ . 1 ■ ; . . f THB TIMES, PoONfiKD lSflfl i tniini I? lUTTMRPP tA.V)n THE DISPATCH, FOUNDED 1860 | WHULU INUMBfiKt J6,3*Vt Uncle Jyblits WOULD Take His Parrot to the Summer Hotel But Only Once EICHMOSfD VA./SUyPAY, SEPTEMBEE 6, 1903. Btarafefa THREE SECTIONS PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

2 ■ H J I.IV „Jf • I CAVALRY EXPLOITS Account pf Some of tjie Work Done by Stuart's Men THE HANGING OF WEBSTER .Distressing Scens (3.1 the Scaffold! Re- ■- collections of a Prominent Citizßn—Appomatlpx Rovlsited. 'Vrltten for The Tlmes-Dlspatuh by W, 1 ;; B. Conway, M, E>i, AtheiiH, Ga.) .A few moro years and' the Confedorata j veteran will bo known only In history, ; Tho older we grow tho moro our mhida : ore filled with tho memories of the past. 1 Through all the changing scones of life j ■■'our boyhood rlaya In the army of the , Confederate. States Impress us most.^ilny 1 It' ever be so; "lest we forgot. '' . ' •'■ .The cnvalry oC the Army of Northern . „ y/rglnla— what of II? It is said that the ] 'history of the Infantry under General 1 "'.Robert B. Leo has boon written with N "blond mid iron." The-- splendid work ' done by the cavnlry of his army, under . "Job" Stuart, must be Impresso'd upon :the minds of our popple,, (heir vlptorifis i 'ijjmembered and recorded. -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

Calico Sulphur Springs, N, W,, Boptombor 3, Denr Editor,— With a depleted purse, a trunk full of unluunderod linen nnd it nut-brown complexion. I, fim about to turn my faco homeward from the Virginia uprlngfl. During tho holiday which my boss forces me to on Joy at the oxpenne of the houso, I have seen strange slglita and done strange things. Sometimes I have not known whothor I was married or single or both, Society life nt the springs Is nothing, If not delicious, and yet I doubt whether any of the enelyclopcrlla horocn ever Indulged In It. We hß'i'o no definite Information ns to whether Napoleon Bonnparto played flinch or not, but I don't bel oyo he did. Nor do I fancy that George V.ashlngton used to dance tho two-step, or that Oliver Cromwell was over the recipient of flattering attentions at a water- A FEARSOME TALE OF THE LOSS OF A DIGRAPH I wonder what 1 * ail din rough house about ditching Broadway? I has known dat lane since 1 sold papes In Park How, nnd It never wasn't a w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

;■';' Peril Island (Copyright *<X>3 In the United States by W. R. Hearst.) P CHAPTER XVIH. there rose from sea to sky the wild fareThen shrieked the timid and stood atlll the brave, Then some leap'd overboard with dreadful yell. —Byron. They were In for It now. Leckburn was yelling orders like a maniac. Thoro was llttlo time" to tw.nk of the wounded man. Stokers worked tnndy to feed the hungry, furnaces. The shot seemed to have turned the orderly vessel Into a floating madhouse crowded ivllh raving lunatics. , , In tho confusion the gunners lost their neads, and the squads became hopelessly mixed. Lockburn had expected it. The shriek of the first shell, fired with deadly Intent, had unnerved them. They had seen no fighting, and wore not powderproof. Ho rushed In among them with a rope's end nnd settled the Question by ■'..force. ; "Nose on, Bumand!" ho roared. "Don't show 'em your point. Fire low and fast. Cllve. Here comes another. Missed, by thunder! Take tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

c ■ VERY DIVERSE ARE THE NEW STYLES IN MILLINERY WOOLTEX WALKING SUIT. Thi« nm.rt walklna suit of Wooltex make presents a new design In the coat. The yoke effect 7s car He. down the front In loose box fashion, three plaits on each Tloe wringing <rom the point. The collar, belt and euffa are In brown velvet, with a brown and gilt braid for an edging. The front gore of the skirt has a triple boxnlalt which appears again at the back, while a brown velveteen blndlna finishes the hem. The Phlppa & Atchlson walklna hat Is In two shades of brown velvet, with made plumes In brown and white. Two Extremes Are to Be Noted- --Either Very Large or Very Small. Fashion Is nothing It not capricious, and for tho coming season she has deeded that there Is to be no happy medium course In millinery. Tho hats which ; nßplre to be considered fashionable must — Jgfjg£ ALLOWED OCCASIONAL FREEDOM. By KATHERINE MORTON. {Copyright, 1903.) T*'n iHE mischief with hair nowadays 1b caused, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

8 ARTISTIC WORK DONE BY THE T. D. C. C. MEMBERS OVER THE TEACUPS. Rosalind Jennlnga. WINNERS OF PAINT BOOKS IN 7TH WEEK'S CONTEST /IROINIA ROSE ROBERTSON. 1206 Decatur St., Manchester, Va. lARGARET J. TYLER, Sturgeon's Point, Va. •AYMOND A. VONDERLEHR, HO West Clay St., Richmond, Va. i Soptembor has come, nnd ninny of the T. D. C. C. members who have been spending their vacation out of town nnd enjoying tho pleasures of country llfo, will come back to town with tho advent of autumn, and make ready for school and school work. Tho editor hopes that thnro Is nn autumn nnd winter of much enjoyment ahead of tho club. During the present month some new features will be developed and new incentives ofterd to young authors and artists. In th mennwhlle, the number and originality of drawings sent in contribute to rtndcr the club pnge very bright and attractive. The stories arc not a bit behind the drawings in clearness, so that many grown people, ns well ns the llttlo ones, find much to admir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

c M HOW UNCLE SAM TEACHES HjS_BOYS" TO BECOME SAILORS. M His Great Training Schools Where He Educates Every AmericwiTaTwho Wishes It, Gives Him Clothing and Food, Sends Him on Cruises and Pays Him While He Is Doing It. NO. IV. Away on the Training Ship. By H. IRVING KING. ■^■T^Atijtyq awiyj' on n. training ship wHh two or thr«e bunfirod other VJ boys U fun for the naval apprentice; he Is obnut to see lh« lafSgg big, mum! wnrUl for which lie 'tis longed. Anrt jt In work, l< ">' «°. r , - all ihn cruise h* l» tJpIH N*V -learning thln*Bi licrtalning to'h.U profession. t U In Btimmar the tralnliiif ships loaf about ' tho const of the Uliltod States, Hnrl It) winter they ma|ie a cruise Ui the Wobl Itulles, if they are 011 the Atl§nt|u cna«t; I: mi tho I'fldf k they spend tlm w|n)6r months In vljillftig Soul hern California;, Mexico, or possibly the Hawaiian Islando. There are old and experienced sailors on board who net the boys an example of how to rlo things right...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

A SPEECH BY ' THE SCHOOL TRUSTEE THE TIMCEIS^tSPATCH, RICHMOI^. VA., SSFfEKBEtI 0, 1003.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

SECTIONS. run TIMWB FOUNDICD ISM). THE DISPATCH; FOUNDED 1830. SUMMARY OF Dt'YS NEWS. THE WEATHER. ■WASffINGTON, Sept. li.-Forcenst for Sunday Htid Mondays Vlrglnla-Falr Sunday and Monday, light to fresh north to norlhcimt winds, North Carolina— FaJr Sunday nntl Monday; llgM to fresh north to northeast winds, Tho temperaturo yoßlerdiiy wns "lightly higher than during the few tlaya Just preceding, but tho day was not unploaaiint Similar temperature, Tiilr and fresh wlndn, Is tho menu prepared for to-day nnd to-morrow. y BTATB OF THE TMKRMOMKTI3R. 9 A. M « Vi M •'» » P. M *» C P. M I? 9 P. M i;' 12 midnight '•••• • AVcrugo 751-0 Hlg-linflt tnmpcrnturo yesterday.: ~:.&j I/owoKt temperature yesterday »<J Mean temperature yesterday...... .■ 'j Normal Ifmpnniture for Heptomber.... *» Dopiirturi from normal temperature... 04 Precipitation during pn«t 24 hours.... w MINIATURE ALMANAC. ' Sup. •'• '•* )3Sun i-If<?« C.M HIGH TIDE. Sun nets B:iKJ Morning *■£ Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

nubjeet, undhaa, acted with the most cure Ihroiurhotit the «t«*. DOC BACON'S CRIME That of Which He Is Accused Is Attempted Criminal Assault. tn The Tlmrs-tilsptnoh yesterday r.ido Bnonn wns spoken of ns tho Mecklenburg murderer. As a m alter of fact tho crime with which the negro Is ohnrged Is «ttcmptci] criminal assault. Androw Finch, his alleged accomplice, did tiol rieolarn Bacon sullty on the jtniloiy'p, hut tnndfl a contradictory statement not calculated to help Bacon. Thought It Was Providence. (Speclnl to The Tlmos-Dlßpntcb.) PfcTMRSUtma, VA., Sept. n.-Bnc Hacon, convicted on tho chargo of attenu't*d criminal nssatilt In Mceklenbm-B eountr, Is agn.ln Hftfo In jail In this city. Hafion fedld thi« mornltiff that his feet wt'ie belne shackled when tho telegram eamo rrantlng him further i-cspl to. ihe lfisl "rnyer hnd boon wild, the last hymn sung, nnd the condemned mini had bnen Shown his collin. Ho firmly believes, that Providence Interposed. KEAN FOR MARTIN He Is Likely to Wi...

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